Digital technologies are disrupting the way people do ordinary day-to-day activities such as watching TV, shopping, or making reservations. We no longer prefer cable television, but opt for video-on-demand. Subscription for multiple-devices sounds enticing. We no longer walk to the store to do our shopping, but find it easy and hassle-free to look for what we want online, with great choices and options. How can corporate training still stick to the old ways?
Corporate training is slowly metamorphosing to incorporate new digital technologies into its fold. Traditional methods of training are being interspersed with digital learning methods to cater to the preferences of younger employees. That’s how the term ‘blended learning’ has come into being. It is also called ‘mixed mode learning’ or ‘hybrid learning’.
Blended learning has many advantages. It maximizes the use of different media for effective learning and saves lots of time in scheduling training programs. Reaches more employees located in remote areas as well. Makes employees take ownership of their learning and encourages it to be a continual process.
However, blending one training delivery method with another has to be done so that efforts complement each other instead of duplicating. How can this be done? Can there be a scientific strategy that can be evolved to create a perfect blended learning solution?
Here is an eBook titled, “Blending Classroom Training with E-learning”, that guides you on what it takes to create a well-thought out blended learning strategy for your organization, with the focus on making employees proficient in what they need to do, quickly and smartly. Check it now and see how the ideas shared in the book can help you chalk out your blended training strategy.